#1
cocain for example. D and e are the chords used for solo. IF im improving over that can i use d f# a, egb? anywhere on the neck in a phrasey way? will that sound good ading in blues notes? from eminor scale?
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#3
Yes, those two chords are from the E Minor scale. So, you can use E F# G A B C D. The F# and A will sound great over the D chord.

What you might want to experiment with is...

Play E Minor Pentatonic or E Blues for the Em chord

and

Play the E Minor scale for the D chord

That way you kind of "save" the E Minor scale for when you get all the harmony going on the D chord in E Minor.

This isn't a hard fast rule or anything, but it's a great way to get control as to what to play when and the F# and A will carry more wight over the D chord since they are part of the chord by default.
Last edited by MikeDodge at Jun 1, 2011,
#4
what i do is play e minor scale for first scale. then second part bring in wah wah and wale away on it

my ? is when to play the right notes at the right time. WHen is this note gonna sail ?
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Last edited by silly6-string at Jun 1, 2011,
#6
Quote by silly6-string
what i do is play e minor scale for first scale. then second part bring in wah wah and wale away on it

my ? is when to play the right notes at the right time. WHen is this note gonna sail ?



Try the little experiment I mentioned, the F# and A will "sail" over the D chord.